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Teijin Accelerates Automotive Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Businesses

Teijin has integrated its development and marketing of automotive-use carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRTP) in a move that the company says will strengthen its business in this value-added form of CFRP. Earlier this year Ford and DowAksa said they were accelerating joint research to develop high-volume manufacturing techniques for automotive-grade … Read more »

Teijin, Onward, Fuji Xerox Launch Uniform Recycling Project

Teijin, Onward, Fuji Xerox Launch Uniform Recycling Project

Teijin Limited, Onward Holdings and Fuji Xerox are launching a closed-loop uniform recycling system in China. The system is based on Teijin’s Eco Circle process that the company says incorporates the world’s first technology for the chemical recycling of polyester. The closed-loop system works like this: Nantong Teijin, the Teijin … Read more »

MOL SCR system

MOL Tests NOx-Reducing SCR System

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) says it will install a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system on all three power generators of an MOL-operated oceangoing freighter for a demonstration test to ensure compliance with nitrogen oxides emissions rules. MOL, Yanmar and Namura Shipbuilding jointly developed the SCR system. This test will demonstrate … Read more »

shipping emissions

Shipping Emissions ‘Rival CO2-Driven Ocean Acidification’

Shipping pollution from sulfur oxides (SOx) and nitrous oxides (NOx) along busy trade routes can equal carbon dioxide-driven ocean acidification, a study says. Sulfur in marine fuel oil and atmospheric nitrogen create SOx and NOx in the exhaust gases from ships. According to the research paper that will be published … Read more »

Teijin NOx Emissions Reduction Device

Teijin Device Reduces Ships’ NOx Emissions

Teijin Engineering has developed a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) denitration device for midsized ship engines to ensure compliance with the Tier III nitrogen oxides emissions regulation, which goes into effect in 2016. The company says ship tests have demonstrated that the device can reduce NOx emissions by 80 percent. The … Read more »

Green Fleet Roundup: Nissan Leaf, Coca-Cola, Ford, Retail Algae

Teijin Limited’s Eco Circle Plantfiber bio-polyester has been selected for use in the seats and interior trim surface of the electric Nissan LEAF (see photo). More than 30 percent of the material is made with biofuels derived from sugarcane. This is the first time Teijin’s Plantfiber product has been used for … Read more »

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